Reduce the bad cholesterol with proper food.
How to decrease?
What should I eat when my cholesterol and triglycerides are high?
Cholesterol and triglycerides represent two forms of lipids (fats)
There are two types of LDL cholesterol "bad" and HDL "good" cholesterol. When LDL cholesterol is high, it begins to adhere to the surface of blood vessels, accelerates atherosclerosis, and reduces the elasticity of the arteries. A narrowing of the arteries can lead to a heart attack or stroke.
In addition to cholesterol, increased triglycerides also affect heart damage. Read on to reduce your cholesterol and triglyceride diet.
skim milk, yogurt, sour milk, kefir, lean cheeses in small quantities
black bread, rye, whole grain bread, graham, millet, rice
blue and white fish, turkey and chicken, cooked beef, veal and lamb, venison, smoked ham, prosciutto, chicken steak, turkey breast
all kinds of cooked vegetables, fat free, salad, soy and soy products
apples, pears, oranges, lemons, tangerines, quince, strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, blueberries ...
olive, soybean, corn, sunflower oil
non-fat dry cakes or cookies
tea and coffee without sugar, mineral water, natural juices without sugar
whole milk, sheep's milk, sour cream, whipped cream, butter, cream, full fat cheeses
white bread, puff pastry with butter and eggs, snacks, figs, pastries
fatty pork, beef, lamb, pate, entrails, sausages, salami, cracklings, bacon, canned meat
potatoes in all forms
grapes, bananas, figs, dates, candied and dried fruits, nuts, almonds, hazelnuts
margarine, lard, tallow
sugar, honey, marmalade, jam, cakes, cakes, pudding, ice cream, chocolate
all alcoholic beverages, pack juices, carbonated juices, cocoa and chocolate